Learn how to make one of these ten DIY Halloween Signs. Enjoy making something fun and scary to decorate for Halloween!
Enjoy the Fall season with some new Halloween crafts! It’s so fun to decorate for Halloween. Make one of these fun DIY Halloween sign tutorials to hang with your other Fall decor!
Some of these are craft tutorials with painting and gluing, some of these are sewing tutorials with fabric and stitches, and some of these are free printables to print and cut!
Do you love to create? Try one of these fun Halloween projects:
- Fall sewing projects
- Skeleton SVG cut files
- Ghost SVG cut files
- Cricut Maker sewing projects
- Free SVG files for cutting machines
What is an SVG file?
An SVG file is a scalable vector graphics or an image format that can be scaled large or small without losing any details. It’s a great way for sharing images that can be used in cutting machines since the image will stay perfect even if the size is changed.
Can these designs be used on Cricut, Silhouette, and Brother?
SVG files are great and can be used with any cutting machine as long as the machine’s program can have files added to it.
What is Iron-On Vinyl or HTV?
Iron-on vinyl or heat transfer vinyl is vinyl that has glue or adhesive on the back that is activated when heated. When the iron-on vinyl is heated the glue causes the iron-on vinyl to be fused to the t-shirt. The iron-on vinyl sits on top of the fabric.
The color of the iron-on vinyl is the color it will be after being heated. The color does not change.
What is Infusible Ink?
Infusible ink is ink that is transferred by heat. It’s essentially sublimation, but it’s now accessible to hobby crafters. When infusible ink is transferred the ink is infused into the item.
Infusible ink can be purchased as an infusible ink transfer sheet and as infusible ink pens. The colors of the infusible ink transfer sheet look pale before being heated, but they are very bright once heated and transferred.
Which is your favorite DIY Halloween Sign? If you make a DIY Halloween sign using one of these tutorials, I’d love to see! Please share it on social media with the hashtag #heatherhandmade and tag me!